I've noticed that many people on the list code in 'pure' php, i.e.
print "<input type='text' name='fname' size='50'>";
Since most of my code is a mixture (the early stuff is 'mixed' html + php),
I've been wondering why code in 'pure' php? Is there some compelling reason
(that I'm unaware of) for doing so? Should I rewrite all my earlier code into
its 'pure' form? If so, what do I do with the '<! DOCTYPE . . . > statement
-- put it in quotes too?
I would like to understand the reasons for writing code in this manner, when
all my code works fine, displays great: am I missing something important
here? Btw, I use the 'php' ending for all file names.
Your thoughts, opinions and suggestions would be greatly appreciated -- I'd
like to do what is best.
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